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Andrei Samar and Alexander Kim (2017)

On the Question of Traditional Dog Breeding Among Indigenous Peoples of the Far East: (The Case of the Oroks of Sakhalin Island)

Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia, 56:32-51.

The Oroks (Ul’ta) are one of the numerically smallest peoples of Russia’s Far East. Their lifestyle and occupations have been relatively little studied not only abroad, but in the Russian Federation. The authors discuss dog breeding among this people and analyze specific features of its development. Analogies are made to the economics of other indigenous peoples of the Far East. The article is based on publications in the Russian language, archival material, and oral history sources. Its aim is to examine specifics of dog breeding among the Oroks and its connections with other peoples.

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